Age related changes in glide discrimination and its relation to the ERB
Keywords:Bandwidth, Mathematical models, Natural frequencies, Signal theory, Excitation-pattern (EP) model
AbstractA study of age-related changes in glide discrimination and its relation to the ERB was carried out. Glide signals were created at two different regions: one centered slightly above 1 kHz with center frequency (CF) of the maximal total glide excursion of 1030 Hz; the second series was slightly above 2500 Hz with CF of the maximal glide excursion of 2685 Hz. The resultant data does not support models of glide discrimination nor do they support models of cochlear dispersion cues.
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